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... our excellent guide. I spent the afternoon exploring Berea, described as the folk arts and crafts capital of Kentucky. The Kentucky Artisan Center housed a sampling from artists around the area. The Artisan Village, several blocks in central Berea, features artisans at work and their shops. I visited with two of the artists who were open today - a weaver and an artist who works with pewter. ...
... able to get the Highlander so that will be a surprise for tomorrow.
4/9 Departure Day- I came home from working the third shift and quickly put together my bag, 5 shirts, couple shorts, underthings, the one pair of dress pants and one pair of jeans I thought I might need, and then my munchies bag: a few bottles of vino, some pistachios, granola bars, sunflower seeds, etc... at the same time I was waiting to hear from my brother Alex who was in town with his new baby ...
... Museum of the American Saddlebred, a high-stepping show horse developed in Kentucky. A very worthwhile visit. After finding a place to buy some groceries, I headed south on I-75, crossed the Kentucky River, and then six miles up a country road to Fort Boonesborough State Park campground. It's down in a peaceful wooded valley - nice to be out in the country. Sunny when I arrived at 5:00, rain started at 7:30, supposed to get down to 40 degrees the next two nights, then warm ...
... a tour and a taste of their famous chocolate bourbon balls and "pulled cream" candy. Made it to the Kentucky Horse Park Campground outside of Lexington by 6:00. What a totally different experience from Sunday night -- spacious sites, green grass and trees, only a few other campers so very private. Rain and wind most of the night so stayed dry and comfortable inside. Didn't watch the basketball ...
... Time and vegetation has taken over. The rain had stopped so we pulled off the road and spent time wandering and exploring this ”lost little world” out in the countryside. The people had ‘just walked away’ - and even their office records were still laying strewn around on the wet undergrowth.
Our goal was to see the State Capital building in Frankfort - and eventually this old country road, still following the Kentucky river, ...
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